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Kim, Moon Visit Mount Paektu as Summit Wraps

Advertisements SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA —  South Korean President Moon Jae-in checked a bit merchandise off his bucket listing Thursday: Climbing Mount Paektu in North Korea…

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Rains Set Off Landslide, Burying 2 Philippine Villages

Advertisements MANILA, PHILIPPINES —  A landslide set off by heavy rains buried properties underneath a part of a mountainside within the central Philippines on Thursday,…

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Report: Extreme Poverty Declining Worldwide 

Advertisements The world is making progress in its efforts to raise folks out of maximum poverty, however the world aspiration of eliminating such poverty by…

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S. Sudan Sees Renewed Fighting After Peace Deal Signed

Advertisements Just days after the signing of South Sudan’s revitalized peace settlement, reviews of combating have surfaced in a number of elements of South Sudan,…

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China’s Alibaba Scraps Plan to Create 1M US Jobs

Advertisements Alibaba Chairman Jack Ma mentioned Wednesday that the Chinese e-commerce large had canceled plans to create 1 million jobs within the U.S., blaming the…

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Kabila Candidate Faces Challenges in DRC Election

Advertisements KINSHASA, DRC —  Joseph Kabila’s most popular successor as president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo will face a reputable election problem in…

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Somalia Says Ready to Send Troops to S. Sudan for Security

Advertisements NAIROBI, KENYA —  The Somali authorities mentioned this week that it was able to ship troops to assist with safety and improve peace in…

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Zimbabwe Government Pledges Funds to Fight Cholera Outbreak in Harare

Advertisements HARARE —  Zimbabwe’s president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, says his authorities will help municipalities struggling to battle a cholera outbreak that has killed 32 folks and…

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Trump: US-North Korea Ties Better Since He Became President

Advertisements Shortly after North Korea conditionally agreed Wednesday to dismantle its primary nuclear complicated in Yongbyong, U.S. President Donald Trump stated relations with Pyongyang have…

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Chinese Initiatives Threaten Mekong River

Advertisements CHIANG KHONG, THAILAND —  On the sandy banks of the Mekong River, native fisherman Mana Suttawong stitches collectively the ropes on a worn-out web,…

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